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Cold Case Reopened in Murder of Celina Girl

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 1-9-04 - Authorities may have a suspect in one of Texoma’s oldest unsolved murders. It’s a cold case that dates back to 1985, with the murder of an 8-year-old Celina girl.

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High Speed Chase Caught on Tape

Updated: 01/09/2004 - 1-9-04 - Southern Oklahoma law enforcement had their hands full Friday morning with a high speed chase. A dash camera on board a Marietta police car caught most of the action, as 25 year old Dennis Jay Moore refused to pull over.

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Elderly Man Murdered

Updated: 01/09/2004 - 1-09-04 -Paris Police are investigating what may be the first murder of the year in Texoma. An elderly man was found dead inside his home Thursday night.

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Gun Violence & Kids - Failing Grade for OK & TX

Updated: 01/09/2004 - 1-8-04 - Oklahoma and Texas are getting a failing grade when it comes to protecting children from gun violence. That's according to a national group, but locals say it's just smoke and mirrors.

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Durant Schools Get $3 Million Grant

Updated: 02/09/2007 - 1-8-04 - The Durant Public School announced today that the District and its community partners have been awarded a $3 million grant. The money will be aimed at reducing violence and increasing mental health services in Durant schools.

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Runaway Dump Truck Kills Bonham Man

Updated: 01/08/2004 - 1-7-04 - A Bonham man was killed this morning in Sherman when his dump truck rolled over him at a construction site. It happened around 9:15am near highways 75 and 1417, where developers are building a new golf course and neighborhood.

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Globitech Misses Tax Deadline

Updated: 01/07/2004 - 1-7-04 - Globitech is experiencing more financial problems – once again unable to pay all of its local property taxes.

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WNJ CEO Planning for Future

Updated: 01/07/2004 - 1-7-04 - Wilson N Jones Medical Center’s new CEO has spent three days on the job, but says he’s not ruling out further cuts. Pat Flynn has spent much of his time talking with the hospital staff.

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Mars Rover's Trek Could Be Delayed

Updated: 01/07/2004 - The Mars rover has developed some minor problems that will probably delay the start of its trek across the rust-colored landscape to prospect rocks and soil, scientists said Wednesday.

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Local Soldiers Volunteering for War on Terror

Updated: 01/06/2004 - 1-6-04 - Fifteen southern Oklahoma soldiers are preparing to go overseas to fight the War on Terror in Afghanistan. 300 soldiers from the 45th Infantry Brigade have been deployed to support and protect other soldiers who've been training the Afghan National Army since October.

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Ada Business Closing - 440 jobs lost

Posted: 01/06/2004 - 1-6-04 - The city of Ada is losing one of its largest employers. Sykes Enterprises announced Tuesday that it will close in March.

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Redistricting Win for Republicans

Updated: 01/06/2004 - 1-6-04 - A three judge federal panel upheld the new GOP backed congressional redistricting plan for Texas on Tuesday. It means some significant changes for north Texas voters.

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Mother Faces Charges After Children Die In Fire

Updated: 01/06/2004 - 1-6-04 - An Ardmore mother waived her right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday morning, for charges involving the deaths of her three children. She faces nine counts of child neglect after her three toddlers died in a house fire in August.

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Mad Cow Worries? Local Auctions Hold 1st Sale of Year

Updated: 01/05/2004 - 1-5-04 - The Texoma area saw its first cattle sales since the outbreak of Mad Cow Disease. It was mixed new for local ranchers, as the Atoka auction saw a packed house but fewer sales.

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Security Camera Helps Catch Robber

Updated: 01/05/2004 - 1-5-04 - An armed robber was caught on tape this weekend, and caught within a half hour of committing the crime.

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Hanging Death of Ada Boy Likely Accidental

Updated: 01/05/2004 - 1-5-04 - A tragic story in Ada as a boy apparently hanged himself on his shirt. But authorities believe the death of 9 year old Preston Lawrence was an accident.

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Hall Switches Parties

Updated: 01/04/2004 - 1-2-04 - Local Congressman Ralph Hall switched parties tonight. The conservative Democrat filed for re-election as a Republican for district 6.

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Is Oklahoma City Pumping Too Much Water?

Updated: 01/02/2004 - 1-02-04 - Residents who live around Lake Atoka say the water level is the lowest they've ever seen. Leaving them to wonder if Oklahoma City is pumping too much water.

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Justice for Jorden

Updated: 01/02/2004 - 1-02-04 - It has been four years since death of a Gainesville toddler, but Friday, the family of Jorden Saager is seeing justice. The prime suspect in the case faced the judge and capital murder charges.

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Two Teens Die in Car Accident

Car Accident

Updated: 01/01/2004 - 1-1-04 - Two Murray County teenagers were killed early Thursday morning when their pickup flipped and hit a tree in a rural part of the county.

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New Business In 2004

Updated: 12/31/2003 - 12-31-03 - The year 2004 will bring a retail boom for the city of Sherman. The center of the attention-The Sherman Town Center along Highway 75.

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Drinking in the New Year - How Much Is Too Much?

Updated: 01/02/2004 - 12-31-03 - Thousands will be ringing in the new year with alcohol, but the legal definition of drunk and your definition may be two different things. 0.08 is the legal limit for both Texas and Oklahoma, but how do you know when you have reached that point?

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United Way Donations Down as Deadline Nears

Updated: 12/30/2003 - 12-29-03 - Dozens of local charities could suffer in Grayson County’s United Way campaign falls short. With their original deadline only days away, the campaign is still $200,000 short of its $1.4 million goal.

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